Monthly Archives: January 2016

When a person fills out an application for a mortgage, be it one through a private financial institution or a federal program, they are legally required to provide truthful information and not lie or misrepresent their financial situation on the … Continue reading

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The first two months of the Illinois medical marijuana program brought in over $1 million in sales, according to the program’s director Joseph Wright. The program was officially “opened” on November 9th, and sales by Illinois patients approved for the … Continue reading

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In the state of Illinois, if you are stopped by law enforcement on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol and you refuse to submit to chemical testing to measure your blood alcohol content (BAC), your license will be … Continue reading

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A new law regarding how juveniles are treated in the Illinois criminal court system went into effect January 1, 2016. House Bill 3718 was signed by the governor in August, after it passed both the Illinois House and Senate. The … Continue reading

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